## anonymous one year ago simplify

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Well, to solve that, find two numbers that multiply together to get 162. At least one has to be a perfect square (i.e 4, 9, 16... etc.)

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After that, pull the square out from under the radical by taking its square root.

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For example $$\sqrt{32}=\sqrt{16 \times 2}=4\sqrt2$$

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Make sense? I have to leave now, bye! Good luck.